Ecological transition: what public funding for companies?

Certainly, the ecological transition is no longer at the idea stage, but it is becoming effective. This is one of the priorities of the French Recovery Plan. Europe, for its part, has also made it its major issue with its Green Deal. The ambition is clearly displayed: “to be the first climate-neutral continent” by aiming to be climate neutral by 2050.

All sectors of the economy are concerned, as highlighted by the European Commission :

  • Investing in environmentally friendly technologies
  • Supporting innovation in industry
  • Deploy cleaner, more affordable and healthier means of private and public transport
  • Decarbonising the energy sector
  • Improving the energy efficiency of buildings
  • Working with international partners to improve global environmental standards
  • Supporting the agroecological transition

In addition, the development of a healthier and more sustainable EU food system is considered the cornerstone of the European Green Deal.

In this context, it becomes imperative to understand all the issues related to the ecological transition of companies and to structure a collaborative approach to think now about the financing of it.

To best support you in this process, our experts, Lucille ChabanelRemi BarneoudJulien PellefigueVincent ChaléatFanny Lange spoke at a webinar liked by the journalist Arnaud Fleury.


Lucille Chabanel

Lucille has more than 14 years’ experience in tax law. She is a member of the corporate tax department since 2002 and joined the R&D group in 2004. She has […]

Rémi Barnéoud

Rémi has over 20 years of experience in development, project management and strategic advice in the areas of software, electronics, mechanics, and control and monitoring systems. Remi has developed an […]

Julien Pellefigue

Julien Pellefigue, Partner, is an Economist in the Transfer Pricing department of Deloitte Société d’Avocats. He has more than 13 years of consulting experience both in economic consulting (transfer pricing […]

Fanny Lange

Fanny Lange joined Deloitte in 2018 as an agroecology expert and works within Deloitte Sustainability France as a project director on sustainable supply chain projects and more broadly on all […]